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Blensocal
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Hi -

I am running a glimmix procedure , binomial distribution, with a random effect variable that has 19K levels . I have specified the random intercept.

 In the output, I see the covariance parameter estimates for the intercept but I do not see the residual estimate and standard error.  How can I obtain the residual estimates under covariance parameter estimates? Would this require outputting the residual(blups) and calculating the means in a separate step?

Thanks,

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Blensocal
Calcite | Level 5

Hi ,

I am running a glimmix procedure , binomial distribution, with a random effect variable that has 19K levels . I have specified the random intercept.

 In the output, I see the covariance parameter estimates for the intercept but I do not see the residual estimate and standard error.  How can I obtain the residual estimates under covariance parameter estimates? Would this require outputting the residual(blups) and calculating the means in a separate step?

Thanks,

Reeza
Super User
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